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Dada Saheb Phalke Award Winner Soumitra Chatterjee 1

Dada Saheb Phalke Award Winner Soumitra Chatterjee 1

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锘縝ut she traded it in for life in a convent
was a wealthy San Francisco socialite her father was the chairman of ; her husband's father founded what became Pacific Gas and Electric. She lived a crowded, gregarious life chaired benefits, yachted in the Mediterranean, had separate glasses to match many of her outfits, and went to Elizabeth Arden four days a week. She had 10 children and 18 grandchildren.Not the woman who would be voted most likely to join a convent.In 1987, at two separate lunches at Trader Vic's one for her five daughters, another for her five sons she announced that she was joining a convent in two years. And not just any convent, but the strictest one of all a Carmelite monastery a cloistered and ascetic order. When word got out, some friends wondered why she didn't choose one of the more modern orders, or just retire and lead a quiet life filled with good work. But not her children, who today range in age from 56 to 38.The youngest, of Hillsborough, said of her mother's choice, "She would eat the whole carton of ice cream or none of it."During the two years while Elena finished college, Ann used the time to travel and "do everything she wanted to do," according to her oldest daughter, , 56, who lives in San Francisco.Then she threw herself a going away bash at the . "
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